Archive for May, 2014

The Changing Landscape of family Court Services Part 1

Family Court Services: Recommending versus Non-Recommending Programs Family courts choose the type of intervention they wish to use in assessing contested custody cases. The methods range from pure custody mediation to recommending custody counseling. There are pros and cons to both approaches. These services are generally free of charge and each court usually has a […]

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Recognizing the Stress of Divorce

As I’m sure you’re aware, the most serious damage done to kids is being exposed to conflict between their parents. Conflict experienced in an intact family is just as toxic as conflict experienced in a divorced family. In my opinion, staying in an unhealthy or abusive relationship for the sake of the children is misguided […]


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